3rd Asia-Pacific Conference on Complex Systems Design & Management
“Discover, learn and share about complex systems engineering.”

Ravinder Singh, ST Engineering Electronics


Ravinder Singh

ST Engineering Electronics

Mr Ravinder Singh is President of Electronics, ST Engineering. Appointed to this role on 1 January 201, Ravinder manages the Electronics sector with business segments in Rail & Road Engineering, Satellite Communications, Public Safety & Security, Cybersecurity, Training & Simulation, Managed Services and Defence C4ISR.

Ravinder is also concurrently President, Defence Business, and works across the group to support the Group’s core defence customers with Defence products, solutions and services. He was appointed to this role on 1 July 2017.

He joined ST Engineering in August 2014 as Deputy President, Electronics sector and in March 2015, he was appointed President of ST Engineering’s Land Systems sector, overseeing the company along two pillars of growth, defence and commercial businesses. Under his leadership, the Land Systems sector saw the development of innovative solutions for its customers in the defence and specialty vehicles segments, and provided a diversified revenue stream despite challenging market environments. He also strengthened the international defence business.

Ravinder started his career with the Singapore Armed Forces (SAF) and was awarded the SAF Overseas Training Award (Academic) in 1983. In his last appointment in the SAF, he served as Chief of Army, Singapore Armed Forces. Prior to this, he was Deputy Secretary (Technology) in the Ministry of Defence.

During his career in the Singapore Armed Forces, he was awarded the Public Administration Medal (Military), Silver and Gold.

Ravinder holds a Bachelor of Arts in Engineering Science (First Class Honours) from University of Oxford and a Master of Arts in Engineering Science from the University of Oxford. He was awarded the Singapore Armed Forces Postgraduate Scholarship and graduated from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in 1996 with a Master of Science in management. He attended the Advanced Management programme in Wharton Business School in 2014.